From using mobile video conferencing equipment to connect geographically isolated students to world-class educational resources, to leveraging the internet to aid in project-based learning, examples of technology's power to increase student achievement can be seen in every state in the nation, according to the State Educational Technology Directors Association's (SETDA) annual National Trends Report.


Released on April 2, the 2009 Trends Report, Focus on Technology Integration in America's Schools, identifies programs that effectively integrate technology to create robust subject-matter content, innovative curricula, ongoing professional development, and diagnostic assessments to facilitate individualized instruction.


The report highlights the federal Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT)

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